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Partner in Regional Law Firm Presents at National Conference

Hyman G. Darling • 2006-11-22
Springfield, MA – The regional law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is proud to announce partner, Hyman G. Darling, was a speaker at the National Academy of Elder Law …

Regional Law Firm Merges with Amherst Firm and Expands to 36 Attorneys

Stephen B. Monsein and Peter W. MacConnell • 2006-11-16
Springfield, MA – The Springfield based law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is proud to announce their merge with Monsein & MacConnell in Amherst. Bacon & Wilson wanted to …

Boston Magazine Distinguishes 9 SuperLawyers from Regional Law Firm

Michael B. Katz, Paul R. Salvage, Hyman G. Darling, Paul H. Rothschild, Stephen N. Krevalin, Gary L. Fialky, Gary F. Bevilacqua, Francis R. Mirkin, and Bruce M. Fogel • 2006-11-06
Springfield, MA – The Springfield-based regional law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is pleased to announce that nine of their attorneys have been distinguished as “SuperLawyers” in the November …

Ad Infinitum – Law Firms Seek Effective Formulas for Getting Their Messages Across

George O’Brien • 2006-10-15
Mike Katz is one of the region’s leading bankruptcy attorneys, and he also handles corporate work and some health care matters. But in one of Bacon & Wilson’s recent television …

Youth Movement – Hampshire County Bar’s new president aims to draw more peers to organization

Keith Griffin • 2006-10-05
Incoming Hampshire County Bar Association President Mark A. Tanner doesn’t have a firm grasp on how many attorneys practicing in the county are recent law school graduates. But his aim …

Trolling for New Blood – HCBA’s New President Out to Sell Value of Membership

Keith Griffin • 2006-10-04
When Paul H. Rothschild moved his law practice from Boston to Springfield back in 1976, his family was initially skeptical. “My wife figured we’d be back (in Boston) in a …

Concurrent Bar Association Presidents Hail From Regional Law Firm

Paul H. Rothschild and Mark A. Tanner • 2006-09-22
Springfield, MA – The Springfield based law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is proud to announce that two of their attorneys are serving as Bar Association presidents. The firm …

Regional Law Firm Adds Five Attorneys

Kevin V. Maltby, Lisa L. Halbert, Jeffrey I. Fialky, Gary F. Bevilacqua, and Bruce M. Fogel • 2006-08-15
Springfield, MA – The Springfield based law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of five attorneys, two in Springfield, one in Westfield and two …

Honoring a “Pace-setter” – ACS Dinner to Recognize Sister Mary Caritas and her Work in the Fight Against Cancer

Gary L. Fialky • 2006-05-15
Sister Mary Caritas of the Sisters of Providence Congregation is one of the lucky ones. Diagnosed with colon cancer in the mid-1980s, she was able to win the battle when …

SuperLawyers Rising Stars Among Local Law Firm

Julie A. Dialessi-Lafley, Mark A. Tanner, Gina M. Barry, and Justin H. Dion • 2006-05-01
Springfield, MA – The Springfield based law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is pleased to announce that several associates have been honored with the distinction of 2006 Massachusetts SuperLawyer …

Impact Statement – Pro Bono Work Displays a Different Side of the Legal Profession

Donna L. Wexler • 2006-04-19
In 1999, the state Supreme Judicial Court codified the legal industry institution known as pro bono work – providing services to individuals or groups free of charge. Most lawyers didn’t …

A Big Problem – For The Long Term, Recently Passed Legislation Dramatically Changes The Landscape of Medicaid Planning

George O’Brien • 2006-03-07
Hyman G. Darling weighs in below – Hyman Darling says some people are calling it the ‘Nursing Home Bankruptcy Act.’ That’s just one of the many, often colorful, descriptors being …

Going for Broke, After Surge, Bankruptcy Filings Have Slowed Following New Law

Joseph Bednar • 2006-02-17
Attorney Michael Katz compared last fall’s surge in bankruptcy filings to a particularly good automobile rebate – though buying a car is much more enjoyable. Law firms braced for a …